James Chase Sanchez
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James Chase Sanchez is assistant professor of Writing and Rhetoric at Middlebury College in Vermont. His research interests are in cultural and racial rhetorics, public memory, and methodology, and his research has appeared in College Composition and Communication, Pedagogy, Journal of Contemporary Rhetoric, Present Tense, and WPA: Writing Program Administration. Sanchez has a single-authored monograph, titled Salt of the Earth: Rhetoric, Preservation, and White Supremacy, that will be published with NCTE in 2021. He also produced a documentary about racism in his hometown of Grand Saline, Texas, in 2017. The film, Man on Fire, won numerous awards, including an International Documentary Association award in 2017, and premiered on PBS in 2018 as a part of Independent Lens. He is currently in production of his second documentary, In Loco Parentis, that investigates the history of sexual abuse and rape at New England boarding schools.